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Faber Castell Pitt Pastel Pencil Tin of 24

SKU: 112124
PITT pastel pencils have wax-free leads; drawings can be wiped just as with pastel crayons, so need to be fixed afterwards.
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PITT pastel pencils have wax-free leads; drawings can be wiped just as with pastel crayons, so need to be fixed afterwards. The 60 bright colours contain a high proportion of pigment; they are highly light-fast and do not change colour appreciably when fixed. The compact pastel lead is perfect for hobby painters and professional artists, because it produces plenty of colour without being used up too fast.

PITT pastel pencils are particularly suitable for lines, hatching, and very fine colour transitions, but also for shading larger areas. They are useful for sketches and studies, portraits, still lifes and landscapes. In combination with traditional pastels.

PITT pastel pencils are excellent for elaborating details. Highlights and shadows can be added to a drawing with a pencil of slightly different shade. Particular details can be emphasized to attract attention.

PITT pastel pencils therefore offer many creative options, both alone and in conjunction with other material.

This tin of 24 pencils contain the following colours.

101-White 102-Cream 131-Medium Flesh 140-Light Ultramarine 151-Helioblue-Reddish 155-Helio Turquoise 157-Dark Indigo 159-Hooker’S Green 160-Manganese Violet 165-Juniper Green 168-Earth Green Yellowish 169-Caput Mortuum 173-Olive Green Yellowish 175-Dark Sepia 177-Walnut Brown 181-Payne’S Grey 183-Light Yellow Ochre 184-Dark Naples Ochre 186-Terracotta 187-Burnt Ochre 188-Sanguine 191-Pompeian Red 193-Burnt Carmine 199-Black

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